City Council candidate Robyn Grant ends year with strong fundraiser

Robyn Grant

Robyn Grant’s campaign for Newport Beach Fourth District City Council announced that the campaign ended in 2021 with over $60,000 raised from more than 100 contributors.

Having only officially launched its campaign in November, Grant’s strong fundraising performance in such a short time shows the campaign is well on its way to having the resources to win in November.

The next Newport Beach Municipal General Election scheduled for the election of council members representing Districts 1, 3, 4 and 6 will be held on November 8, 2022. Seven council members represent seven different Newport Beach districts, but are elected in general.

“I am so grateful for the outpouring of support I received as I began my campaign to bring some kind of leadership that listens to City Hall,” Grant said. “And as excited as I am to take this step, we still have some way to go to make sure my message of fiscal prudence is heard in every corner of the city.”

Former Newport Beach Mayor Keith Curry said, “Robyn Grant is on fire. She is everywhere. In less than two months since launching her campaign, she has already been able to raise over $60,000 and gain support from Newport Beach and county leaders. She’s on track to win that seat in November and will be a great representative for Newport Beach residents.

Robyn Grant is a USC-trained attorney with a specialty in real estate and environmental law and a bachelor’s degree from UCLA. She is also a small business owner and teaches college courses in business law and business ethics.

Robyn has been active in Newport Beach government for over 20 years, serving two appointments to the Newport Beach Public Service Board after completing one appointment to the Library Board of Trustees and two appointments to the Arts Commission of the city, as well as sitting on the boards of directors. of several non-profit organizations, including Speak Up Newport, Friends of Newport Beach Animal Shelter and Leadership Tomorrow.

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